About Point Clark

Nestled on Lake Huron between Kincardine and Goderich.

The Point Clark lighthouse was one of the first “imperial towers” to flash its light. Six of these majestic towers were built by John Brown on Lake Huron and Georgian Bay in the 1850s. Built of limestone from nearby Inverhuron, the Point Clark lighthouse stands 26.5 metres (80 feet) high.

Its shoreline location also makes it easily accessible to tour. About 18 kms south of Kincardine, the lighthouse is open for tours during the summer. The lightkeeper's quarters, built at the same time as the lighthouse, is now a museum operated by the Township of Huron-Kinloss.


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